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05-17-2012, 04:10 PM #31
There is a thread for what you are smoking today already,
If you are going to post things please do an actual review on the cigar... taste, score, what it pairs well with etc...
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05-30-2012, 07:20 PM #32
Pretty good smoke, I enjoyed it
I liked this one the most out of the box, it was pretty mild
These just all around sucked, I've had two of them and the first one just completely unwrapped itself so I didn't taste it much, when I had this one the flavor of the cigar was not good at all and it actually gave me heart burn which was strange because that doesn't happen with me when I smoke anything
Oh and someone stole my cutter, my lighter, and a few cigars so I need to order new ones, so no reviews until then =/
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06-01-2012, 04:23 PM #33
I also found a great use for the Small humidor, I decided to keep any flavored or aromatic cigars in it so they would not taint my other cigars. It's small enough so the few I do buy will be fine.
Anyways onto another Review, this one was away from home so didn't have my good camera, but I was able to get some decent pics.
Drew Estates - Liga Privada Undercrown
The Liga Privada Undercrown uses tobaccos similar to the Liga Privada #9, but the Undercrown is a little lighter. It's Wrapped in a beautiful dark San Andres maduro wrapper. It starts with notes of coffee and what I could taste almost a oatmeal and spice. So of course I paired it with a dark oatmeal stout and both rounded out to an amazing treat. This is truly a cigar that never disappoints and smokes very smooth with a very nice even burn. Not only is it a great looking cigar, but is equally as tasty. My rating is a 4.4/5.0
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06-01-2012, 04:55 PM #34
Great review! Thanks.
06-01-2012, 06:15 PM #35Banned
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Whats up with the carlton shirt? lol
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06-01-2012, 08:29 PM #38Banned
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Thats fvcking awesome. I kind of want one now....Lol
Smoked this last night. I know it was an RP, but dont kow much about it. I had been drinking heavily before hand, but it was of no concern to me at the time. I recall that it was a good smoke.
Thats my dad kicked up in the background. We were drinking his home made wine.
06-18-2012, 02:35 PM #39
Love myself a good Rocky Patel, in fact had one this weekend.
NÝrding by Rocky Patel for [Eric NÝrding Pipemaker]
This is a private reserve cigar made to honor one of the world’s best pipemakers the great Erik Nording. I've had one of these before and was blown away by it. First glance it has a beautiful Chocolate brown Maduro wrapper and the filler is a double blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican tobacco. The first thing you notice after cutting one is how tight these are, there are no soft spots on this bad boy. However the draw was smooth and loose which was also surprising. This double blend works so well, I had it going for almost 2 hours just puffing normally nothing over the top or too slow. I did however have to relight it twice, but the flavors easily made up for it. It revealed some delicious caramel and honey flavors as well as some slight spices and a coffee flavored after taste. Needless to say this is one amazing smoke, and on my radar anytime I see them for sale. This is definitely a must have for any Rocky Patel fan, or better yet any cigar aficionado. My rating is a 4.5 out of 5.
BSM_74772 by Steve Nawrocki, on Flickr
BSM_7549 by Steve Nawrocki, on Flickr
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06-18-2012, 07:16 PM #40
Nording is a great cigar. I had dinner with Rocky last week and he smoked one himself.